should have access to the same
opportunities around the world.


in the possibilities of change and the
power of FEMALE STUDENT ATHLETES.
 

The most impactful way to create change and break the cycle of poverty within any community is to EMPOWER and EDUCATE girls, that is what we have set out to do. 

One community at a time!


The most impactful way to create change
and break the cycle of poverty within any community is to EMPOWER and EDUCATE
girls, that is what we have set out to do. 

One community at a time!


"Investing in women means investing in the people who invest in everyone else."

"Investing in women means investing
in the people who invest in everyone else."

-Melinda Gates

WE BELIEVE EVERY GIRL
 

WE BELIEVE EVERY GIRL
 

WE BELIEVE 

should be able to dream BIG.

KICKING IT FOR EDUCATION™

the idea of their children receiving a proper education is often set aside in order to provide what is needed at home. More often than not, it is girls who lose this opportunity first.

One FAMILY, one SCHOOL, one GIRL at a time, we want to change that through our Kicking it for Education™ program, ensuring basic needs are met so an education can be achieved.

CLICK HERE
to learn more about our 
KICKING IT FOR EDUCATION™
CAMPAIGN








KICKING IT FOR EDUCATION™

When families are faced with the struggles of poverty,

the idea of their children receiving a proper education is often set aside in order to provide what is needed at home. More often than not, it is girls who lose this opportunity first.
   
One family, one school, one girl at a time, we want to change that through our Kicking it for Education™ program, ensuring basic needs are met so an education can be achieved.

CLICK HERE
to learn more about our 
KICKING IT FOR EDUCATION™
CAMPAIGN






KICKING IT FOR EDUCATION™

When families are faced with the struggles of poverty, 

FOR EVERY DOLLAR A WOMAN MAKES

THE POWER OF WOMEN BEING A VOICE FOR CHANGE 

According to the Global Marketing Database, there are over 654 million people living in extreme poverty (less than $1.90/day) worldwide and in  many rural communities, many children don't complete school past 7th grade.   Studies show children of educated women are more likely to stay focused on education and when completing a secondary education her lifetime earnings can increase up to 20-30%.   

Educated women are more likely to become entrepreneurs, invest in their communities, and empower other women building communities around them.  It is where women thrive and when given the resources to do so, she has the power to change her community from within and become an agent of change.   


she is more likely to invest eighty cents of it back into her own family's health and children's education. 

she is more likely to invest eighty cents
of it back into her own family's health
and children's education. 

by creating opportunities
for equality ON & OFF the field 

WE BELIEVE

BY creating
opportunities
for equality
ON & OFF the field

- ensuring there is a pathway for
long term education and equal play -





 



the concept of a glass ceiling with
limited dreams will be replaced with
unlimited possibilities and the cycle
of poverty CAN be broken. 

-Girls Soccer Worldwide™ 
 



WE BELIEVE

- ensuring there is a pathway for long term education and equal play -







the concept of a glass ceiling with limited dreams can be replaced
with unlimited possibilities and the cycle of poverty CAN be broken.

-Girls Soccer Worldwide™  
 



DOMESTIC

INTERNATIONAL

HOW OUR PROGRAM WORKS 

HOW OUR PROGRAM WORKS 

There are 2 areas of focus we believe are equally important in our organization to fulfill our purpose and this includes our International and Domestic programs.  

There are 2 areas of focus we believe are equally important in our organization
to fulfill our purpose and this includes our International and Domestic programs.  


CLICK below to explore 


CLICK below to explore 

The time I spent in Coronel Bogado, surrounded by the most wonderful and giving human beings, was life-changing in every sense of the word. Every interaction, every person I met, every conversation I had, changed me for the better. It opened my eyes and opened my heart to the humanity that ties us all together. And yet, as I sit here and try to put it into words, I am still struggling to wrap my head around it all, still trying to process everything. I know I've changed. I see it reflected in the eyes of my family. I see it on my co-workers faces when I try to describe my trip. I hear it in the voices of my friends when they try to formulate a reply to my statement "I'm not the same girl I was when I left.". It's as if a long-dormant piece of my soul has come alive and now it stubbornly refuses to go back to sleep.  The 8 days I spent in Coronel Bogado allowed me to shed the masks I don every day, to break down the walls I built around my heart and my soul. The 8 days I spent in Coronel Bogado allowed me to live my truth, allowed me to be my most authentic and genuine self.

To read more of Lexi's story, CLICK HERE
-Lexi  (Serves on our Board of Director's)



"Coming home from Paraguay in 2016, I was extremely excited to see my family and friends. I was happy to be home for a day and then I got this weird feeling in me that I've never felt before. I felt guilty for a lot of things that I had and did. My family started noticing I was very quiet and almost sad. It was hard to come home and watch people take things for granted. I even realized how many things I took for granted myself. I started getting angry at people for being so ungrateful, even for the little things. I would listen to conversations and think to myself ‘how greedy they sounded’. After coming home from a place that was filled with so many extremely grateful people, it was hard to comprehend. I've realized I shouldn't feel guilty, but instead be thankful & always appreciative.  Every time I am being selfish or ungrateful, those people and places come to my mind & I fix it immediately. I don't think a day goes by I don't think about the trip. It changed my life in the best way possible.” 

-Hannah (2016-2018 GSW Ambassador)  

After traveling to Coronel Bogado, Paraguay with Girls Soccer Worldwide, my life was changed for the better. The 2018 trip was my second year traveling, and it gave me a more eye-opening experience and takeaway. After my first year with Girls Soccer Worldwide, I made direct changes to my life through family, friends, soccer, and school. Although the changes I made that year were necessary to my life, my attitude out of my second trip was far more significant. After returning home, it took me awhile to process everything I saw firsthand. A month later, I was hit with a realization. The 2018 trip made me realize that I wasn’t meant to just improve my life, but I’m supposed to help improve others’ as well. The 2018 GSW trip opened my eyes to all the possibilities in the world, and the plethora of opportunities I was given to change it. Not only has it motivated me to succeed in school and all of my other activities, but the trip has just motivated me to be the change...because if not you then who? If not now then when? I’m forever thankful for Pam, Walter, and the entire Girls Soccer Worldwide community for becoming such an important part in my life, for helping me blossom into the person I’d only dreamed of being.

-Gabriella (2017-2018 Ambassador)

TO READ MORE CLICK HERE

AMBASSADORS for CHANGE EXPERIENCES

AMBASSADORS for CHANGE
EXPERIENCES

CLICK HERE to learn more about our Leadership Program

CLICK HERE
to learn more about our Leadership Program

SEND

.................................................................

.................................................................

.................................................................

................................................................

.................................................................

LET'S CHAT!

THANK YOU!

Instagram feels @girlssoccerworldwide